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Senior center benefits from grant

Carter County Senior Citizen Coordinator Patricia Lovec applied for a mini-grant in July of this year. The mini-grant, used for senior projects, is sponsored by the Governor's Advisory Council and is...

 

Faithweavers to start on October 2

The Faithweavers youth program at St. Elizabeth Lutheran Church will be starting on Wednesday, October 2 this year. All children from age 4 through 6th grade are welcome. The class will be held on the first and third Wednesday of every month and...

 

Area EMTs desperately needed

Local emergency medical technicians are desperately short of help. Therefore, a class is being planned to train more EMTs to help provide this much needed service to the community and county. Those...

 

Loken, Padden elected to Dahl board

Most of the discussion at Dahl Memorial Healthcare Association’s meeting last week was about the new facility project. Dahl CEO Ryan Tooke explained that the association is currently working on electrical, plumbing and heating bids. “We are...

 

Grants available to benefit Carter County

Carter County Community Foundation (CCCF) recently announced the opening of a grant cycle to benefit communities and residents of Carter County. Grants will range in size from $500 to $5,000. Applicants must either be a 501(c)(3) nonprofit or a...

 

Nielsen enjoys teaching, small town living

First year social studies teacher Brett Nielsen loves history. He's also pretty fond of small town living. Nielsen is a Montana native of sorts. He graduated from Westby High School, about 243 miles...

 

Montana Cowboy Hall of Fame & Western Heritage inductee

JOHN L. MOORE YEAR OF INDUCTION: 2019 DISTRICT OF INDUCTION: 3 John L. Moore was born in Miles City, Montana on August 24, 1952, the son of ranchers John "Johnny" W. and Pearl (Herem) Moore. Johnny...

 

Mayor's Notes

The council has been very busy with several projects this past summer. • The pool was open regularly and swimming lessons went very well. Thank you to Claire Callahan, Max Larson, Emily O'Connell,...

 

Hat Tips

Hello, Shirley has been happily married for well over forty years. I know a lot of you realize that she is a lucky woman, but I have to remind her once in awhile. We started producing rodeos the day after our wedding. And we produced rodeos for many...

 

Memories

This article is about a couple and family that a few of you knew and maybe a few will remember. I decided to write about George and Elizabeth Donald after he was mentioned in the recent Beltz article. “Shifting Scenes Vol. I” has an interesting a...

 

Conversations with God

Hello God, it’s me, Mara: You know Lord, it’s time to dig out the comforters tucked away when summer arrived; we’ll fluff them up, air them out and put them on the beds so that we’ll be nice and warm and comfortable. When we were kids at...

 

Fort Benton: The Birthplace of Montana (Part 2)

In September 1887, the railroad arrived at Fort Benton, signaling the end of the era of river trade, and it seemed the town would die. But a Canadian trade boom opened, resulting in the establishment...

 

Hemp Processor License now available in Montana

Helena, Mont. – As hemp growers throughout Montana harvest the 2019 crop, the Montana Department of Agriculture has announced that a Hemp Processor License is now available. The department has created a hemp processing license to provide...

 

Dogs spoil Hawk homecoming

CCHS defeated Broadus on their homecoming for another conference win last Saturday, bringing their record to 4-0 on the season. On Broadus' first possession, senior Mick O'Connor sacked the...

 

CCHS Volleyball falls to Wibaux

CCHS Volleyball suffered a three-set loss in a match at Wibaux last Friday. Blue lost the first set 21-25, the second 20-25 and the third 11-25. CCHS had 3 aces, 20 kills, 1 block, 56 digs and 17...

 

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